A hydrological early warning system for Denmark based on the national model
The rapidly increasing impacts of climate change are likely to require changes in relevant institutions (IPCC 2012). An example is the growing need for immediate information on the entire water cycle (Fig. 1), with quantitative assessments of critical hydrological variables and flow interactions between different domains, e.g. atmosphere, plant-soil, surface water, groundwater and the sea, as they take place.
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